Sunday, October 20, 2013

Some Bewitching Trouble! Halloween Table

Witchee Poo got herself into a little bit of a spot here on my Halloween Tablescape!
or should I say she got herself into a bit of a Pot!
She had been trying to stir up some trouble around here for Halloween.
 We knew we where in trouble when she took off her hat.
 I don't want to take a guess as to how she may have ended up in her cauldron -but I think my dog may have had something to do with it!
 She does not really like creepy crawly things and all of these spiders may have proved a bit too much for her.  
So my wonderful watch dog just took care of that mean old nasty witch!  And gave her a more than a taste of her own medicine.
There will be lots of treats for you Brandy!  You saved us from that nasty Witch!
I hope there are a lot of Tricks and Treats for you this Halloween!

Thanks for stopping by!

Tablecloth, napkins and Candelabras - Home Goods
White Chargers - Old Time Pottery
Black Flatware and the two dinner plates, swirled and checked - Marshalls- all last year
Orange Plate - Fiesta Ware Outlet
Bat and Spider dessert plates - Elderbeerman
Black Goblets - Kmart - last year
Mercury Glass Potion Bottles and Cauldron - Marshalls - couple years ago
Witches Legs and Hat - Hobby Lobby
Spell Books - just spray painted some old books 

I will be linking up at the following parties:
Seasonal Sundays @ The Tablescaper
Inspire Me Tuesday @A Stroll Thu Life
Let's Dish @ Cuisine Kathleen
Tablescape Thursday @ Between Naps on the Porch
Ann @ Corner of Plaid and Paisley
Ann @ Corner of Plaid and Paisley

In the past few years my interests have grown from fabric to paper and now to dishes too! I just love prints, polkadots, plaids and paisleys- hence the blog name.


  1. This is a very cool table, you are certainly in the mood for Fall & Halloween :)
    Have a great day,
    Your blogging sister, Connie :)

  2. Cute table, ann. I love the tablecloth. Does it have a maker's label? Loving the adorable plates with the black and white houndstooth pattern. '-)

    1. Sarah - I am sorry to say I threw out the packaging that both the napkins and tablecloth came in and there are no labels on either the napkins or the table cloth - and I can't remember at all which maker it was. I am no help!! If I happen to see another one like it - I will make a note of it.

  3. So cute, Ann! I love those witch "legs" too funny. Your whole table is full of wonderful details and I might have to borrow your cute dog, before Halloween to chase any witches away here!!

  4. Ann, this is so cute and especially the witch legs sticking out of the pot. Beautiful stack of plates and tablecloth. I bought the same one for my round table. I plan to use it next week.

  5. Oh so fun. Love those hounds tooth plates!

    You're always welcome at Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

  6. How fun! Great details and love the "witch in the pot" centerpiece! Great story to go along with it.


  7. Witchie Poo can come and make trouble at my home anytime. I love your bold and bright tablecloth and the stack of plates, especially the salad plates are so fun. Love your goblets. I have some just like them :). Joni

  8. Love, love, love your table. The witch in the pot is too cute and I love the plates. Visiting from A Stroll Thru Life.

  9. Bootiful!!! Now how did witchie poo get in the pot? melt? The orange and black plaid is really pretty what a contrast to your spooky mantle.

  10. Love your table. The orange and black table cloth is perfects with all of the black accessories. Pure fun. Love the salad plates to. Really cute designs..... Candy

  11. Oh my word, those plates are unreal, I love them and your witches brew too. How fun and creative. Thanks for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

  12. Oh Ann, what a fun post! I'm sure glad that Brandy saved the day. The plaid with those cute plates look so well together. Your guests are going to have fun at your table. xo

  13. I love all of your creepy crawlies, love that table cloth and napkins, wow they should be mine, love all of your touches and the dishes are just too perfect, what a fun post, I loved it all...

  14. Beautiful table! I love those plates!...

  15. Totally gorgeous table setting for Halloween! The plates are awesome, dear Ann and so is the table cloth and napkins, but than, what don't I like about it! You must have enjoyed doing this...I know it's the best part, right?! Some lucky guests sweetie. Thanks for coming to see mine, I love it when you do!

  16. Ann, Spooktacular Fun! Your napkins and tablecloth make the perfect Halloween setting! I love your creative centerpiece and I love that you conjured up your "spell" books with spray paint!

  17. Love those small plates! Great table setting; every detail is wonderful.

  18. The witches legs in the pot are too cute! The tablecloth really grabs my eyes and I love your dish stack. The black netting under the pot looks like smoke - great affect! Your hutch looks cute and I noticed the dining chairs. They look like my other set I used to have made by Stanley Furniture.

  19. What a fun the feet and hands trying to escape the cauldron! The layers of dishes is really pretty, but I really have my eye on the black hobnail stems.
    Have a wonderful week, Ann...

  20. Fun post and what a great table. Love your creative witchy-poo centerpiece. Visiting from Let's Dish.

  21. You have just proven that plaid does go with everything! I love your tablecloth and napkins, and also the plates with the houndstooth border - another classic! Your post put a smile on my face! What a great Halloween table!

  22. Ha! I love your cauldron swallowing the wicked witch! Don't you just love Halloween! So much fun, your sideboard is so festive and those spider plates are adorable! I know you are going to have a happy Halloween Ann!

  23. Hi, just found your blog and all your gorgeous table setting. I'm addicted to pottery and fabric also. I noticed that you give a list of where you got things, but maybe you could give the maker and pattern name of the china if you know it. I saw a few things I liked, but since they are probably not around in the stores, would have to search elsewhere for them. It would be easier with the names. Really loved the lilac table from earlier in the year also. Hope you had a happy Halloween. Looking forward to more great tables. :)